This is the fourth edition of the Architectural Design Yearbook from the Graduate Course in Architecture in Pescara, a project strongly supported by Francesco Garofalo. He defined its content and curated the editorial programme. Each year, since the 2013/2014 edition, the results of the architectural design workshops have been gathered in the Yearbook.
More than a collection of individual experiences developed by different professors, or a simple publication, it is above all a cultural project, an experiment intent on sharing results, comparing teaching methods and providing both professors and students physical evidence of the significant experiences in architectural design.

DA UNICH PESCARA
editors Domenico Potenza
Yearbook 2016/17 di Architectural Design
18,00€
17,10€
isbn 9788862423380
book series Yearbook Pescara
number 4
current edition 5 / 2019
first edition 5 / 2019
language Italian/English
size 16,7x22cm
pages 176
print color
binding paperback
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the author
Domenico Potenza Graduate and doctorate in architecture in Pescara, where he teaches Architectural Design at the Department of Architecture and in that of Engineering and Geology at the “G. d’Annunzio “University of Chieti-Pescara. He has been a visiting professo...

Domenico Potenza

Graduate and doctorate in architecture in Pescara, where he teaches Architectural Design at the Department of Architecture and in that of Engineering and Geology at the “G. d’Annunzio “University of Chieti-Pescara.

He has been a visiting professor at the NJIT of Newark and the Montreal School of Architecture, he currently is a visiting professor at the Escola da Cidade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

He has participated in many national and international architectural competitions.

He took part, as a teacher, in many International Seminars and Architectural and Urban Design Workshops. His works and his writings are published in books and magazines and exposed in exhibitions in Italy and abroad.

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